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IB Student Fatima

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  1. Thank you so much!! I really appreciate it as I am really trying to get a good grade for my WL as its worth 25% of your final English grade! I will send it to you in a day or two as I am just cutting down on the word count and editing it - it was a bit long :/ I am in no hurry so you can give me feedback when you have the time Once again, thank you!
  2. Hi there Arrowhead, I was wondering if you would be willing to read my WL essay as well and give me a realistic evaluation of it? By the way: it's way over the word limit at the moment and perhaps isn't structured in the best possible way either, but If you could read it and perhaps advise me on how to cut it down, make it better, etc. then that would be much appreciated! Thank you in advance!
  3. "How does Levi present camp life for the characters through narrative and tense?" (in His text of 'If This Is A Man') For people who have not read this book, it is a non-fiction text about surviving in Auschwitz. The text involves many characters - a lot of which that are "drowned" - the people who will not last very long in the camp, and the few remarkable people that are "saved" By the way there is a chapter called "The drowned and the saved" which is why I have reffered to the characters like this. I discussed with my teacher what I wanted to do with narrative and tense and she helped me f
  4. So we have been reading "If This Is A Man" by Primo Levi and have been given the task of writing a reflective statement of no more than 400 words. This is the question we have to answer: How was your understanding of cultural and contextual considerations of the work developed through the interactive oral? This is all we have been told and I dont know if it should be more about the actual text or the research I had to do for the interactive oral?
  5. Thank you for your help and advice! This really helped! Also, since the Diving-Bell is non-fiction, can i still say characterisation considering the people in the book are real...? I know it's fine for The Reader since it is a fictional text
  6. I am just not sure when a topic is good or bad and was wondering how you should pick/make up a topic and how you should phrase it? As in does it have to be a question or can it be a statement? Any help with this would really be appreciated! Thankyou I am unable to decide if i should do 1 or 2 texts. I was just wanting to know if it is a bad idea to do 2 texts/the pros and cons of doing 2 texts as i have heard and know that your IOP could end up being very broad and shallow as for the analysis part. I have decided on the 2 texts of "The Reader" and "The Diving-Bell and The Butterfly". If i wil
  7. Oops! My question is: Which wavelengths of light out of blue, red, yellow, green and white allow photosynthesis to take place the most efficiently by measuring and comparing the volumes of oxygen gas that are produced because of these different wavelengths.
  8. Hi, I am a new YR12 IB student this year and this is my second IA in Biology. I have formulated my reaearch question but am not sure if it is ok or needs to be edited. Any help or feedback will be appreciated
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